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There is one Bryan School Partner in Denmark: Aarhus School of Business .

Aarhus City ViewAarhus has a large business school that teaches many courses in English at both the undergraduate and graduate level. Coursework is offered in all business disciplines.

The city's business development, research and educational activities, combined with its strategic location, make Aarhus a very important economic growth area in Denmark.

Denmark is a great place to go. English is spoken by the majority of people and it is a centrally located country in Europe.

Possible Courses and their UNCG/Bryan School equivalents include:



Business and Management Communication MGT 309
Course in Danish for foreign students Meets Foreign Language Requirement
Doing Business in the UK MGT 301
Finance FIN 315
Integrated Advertising Communication MKT 000
Intercultural Business Communication and Negotiations MGT 354
International Management MGT 301
International Marketing Seminar MKT 426
Introduction to business organizations MGT 200
Labour Markets: Economics and Policy ECO 370
Marketing Management MKT 421
Organisational Behaviour MGT 312
Organisational Theory / Human Resource Management MGT 313
Preliminary Managerial Economics ECO 311 (6 cr.)
Seminar in Marketing  MKT 320 
Social Marketing MKT 000
Aarhus Library Bookstore

City Info:

  • Aarhus is Jutland peninsula's exiting and vibrant main city and the second largest in the country.
  • Aarhus has a population of 275,000 and is centrally located in Denmark and Northern Europe.
  • Aarhus has long been known as a cultural centre, offering a rich and varied selection from just about every cultural genre.
  • Aarhus hosts its own cultural festival every year in September and offers more than 300 events in opera, dance, theatre, classical and rock music, and street performance.
  • Less formal, but not less important, is the local music environment which thrives in the city's many cafes, bars and restaurants; the result is a vibrant night-life.
  • Aarhus has six historical museums and two large fine arts museums as well as smaller exhibition spaces and galleries.

ELIGIBILITY: GPA of 3.0; English programs are available Aarhus Student Union
COURSES: Curriculum: Business
CREDIT: Up to 15 semester hrs. per semester
COST: UNCG tuition and fees; room and board paid to Aarhus
HOUSING: Resident Halls, off-campus apartments
DATES: Year or semester exchanges available: September-June, September-December, or January-June
CHANCES OF PLACEMENT: Excellent

 

 

Page updated: 17-Feb-2009

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